Psalm 145:19

Psalm 145:19
He grants the desires of those who fear him; he hears their cries for help and rescues them.
Psalm 145:19

After Thought

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The word “fear” in this passage means to respect or to revere. To cry out to God for help is a recognition that we need someone who is bigger than the problems. God is.
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~ Pastor Bob
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